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in the case. jonathan is live. >> significant developments. we expect to hear confirmation from authorities in 5 to 10 minutes. we are hearing from a law enforcement official telling fox that the boy, the 5-year-old boy who has been held in the under ground bunker in the area you see behind me coming up on 7 days, that he has been released and that he is, quote, okay. the same law enforcement official also saying that the suspect, 65-year-old jimmy lee dykes who had been -- allegedly holding this boy in his backyard bunker all this time, that the suspect in the case is dead. kimberly, all of this began last tuesday afternoon. the boy was riding home on a school bus in this neighborhood, in this area where i am when a gunman boarded the bus, the bus driver positioned himself between the gunman and the children. the gunman opened fire fatally wounding mr. poland and one of the children was taken hostage. that child being that 5-year-old brought to a backyard bunker in the backyard of this suspect jimmy lee dykes, a 65-year-old who neighbors describe as very territorial someone who would becom
: that is exactly why jonathan says return this plan to sender and privatize instead. >> the constitution says that congress can establish a postal service it doesn't have to say it owns and running it. they are losing billions of dollars year after year. that is because it is run for political purposes and not economic purposes. if you privatize the post office you would see hundred billion dollars come in to the government. you would see better outcome not much different than when airfares were deregulated. in france and germany and denmark they do it that way worldwide. >> eric: does anything work better when the government gets their hand on it? >> not that i of. to jonathan's point, we have privatized certain things the there was no fed ex and no private mail services. in fact, it shows that the private sector can do it better. when it delivers on time, it works all those private companies work very well. we ought to privatize the post office as soon as possible and get rid of all of this. >> eric: you see keep the postal service even to a $12 billion loss, that is how teacher on the hook
"cashin' in" crew this week, wayne rogers, jonathan, trish shah and sandra smith, also joining us, julie. welcome, everybody. okay. so as the national debt continues to soar, unions telling washington they don't want to tolerate spending cuts. >> we won't allow cuts to social security or medicare or medicaid! we're going forward! this is our country! we built it and we're going to take it back! >> oh, boy. jonathan, is big labor a big reason? we'll never x our spending problem? >> eric, unions destroyed the fuel industry, automobile industry, the public education and literally they're bankrupting government as well. they're only growing in government. unions account for about 36% of government workers. only 6% in the private work force. i tell you, the nerve of richard trumka and the unions to demand jobs. where do they get off with that? we have more government workers now than we had citizens of the countries founded in 1776 and so many of them have nothing to do with actually protecting individual rights. they're educators, library workers, researchers. they should be cut. we need to
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, wisconsin; jonathan katz, director, rita j. kaplan jewish community services, jewish board of family and children services, new york, new york; justin riley, at-large board member, faces and voices of recovery, seattle, washington; bridget ruiz, technical expert lead, division of systems improvement, jbs international, bethesda, maryland. bridget, 21.5 percent of 18- to 25-year-olds have an issue with illicit drugs. talk to me a little bit about that and what kind of drugs are they using. it is quite different than it was even 2 or 3 years ago. we see a huge increase in pharmaceutical drug use, not using it as prescribed. we also see an increase in alcohol use, and binge drinking is a serious problem, as well as some of the more legal types of drugs labeled as incense or those types of things in different smoke shops. and jonathan, does that hold true for what you are seeing in new york city? absolutely. we are seeing the use or the misuse of drugs such as ritalin, adderall, inderal being used for specific purposes to help kids stay up late and study, to calm kids down. we're also se
is in the hall of fame. the ravens have their first victory of the weekend. jonathan ogden moments ago was elected into the nfl hall of fame. he becomes the first raven in the hall of fame. art modell did not make it into the top 10 finalists. j.o. will be inducted and become one of the all-time greats. he is now a member of the pro football hall of fame. >> i was walking along the river walk today. it was so crowded you could barely move. i saw some 49ers fans for the first time. there was a little bit of smack talk all in good fun. excitement goes beyond downtown. there was a warm welcome in a small town called gretna. >> it was settled by germans and named after a scottish city. it is a jumble of ethnic backgrounds. that is what you will see every sunday at the market. pephis day, the ravens rally with mayor stephanie rawlings-blake, the governor, and ravens vans in purple. >> we owe a debt of gratitude to the city of baltimore and the state of maryland. all i can say from the bottom on the -- of my heart is thank you. >> the governor was mayor then. he sent 150 officers and workers
, tiene toda la informacion de este caso... claudia.. asi es maria rosa jonathan aguiluc, no vino fisicamente a la corte... estuvo presente a traves de una camara... se le veia calmado, y por momentos miraba al suelo mientras trataba de entender lo que es juez le decia. claudia uceda intro: asi es maria/mario jonathan aguiluc, no vino fisicamente a la corte... estuvo presente a traves de una camara... se le veia calmado, y por momentos miraba al suelo mientras trataba de entender lo que es juez le decia.... compadecio en la corte... el nino salvadoreno de 14 anos, jonathan aguiluc, acusado por asesinar a su hermana de 7 meses testifico en la corte a traves de una camara... el juez ordeno que el joven sea transferido a un centro de detencion juvenil, mientras revisan su caso... john mccarthy fiscal general del estado de maryland "en el estado de maryland, es obligatorio que si cometes un crimen de primer grado debes de ser acusado como un adulto al principio pero eso podria cambiar en el transcurso de las proximas semanas... " documentos de la corte muestran el reporte policial el
they lived. thank you. (applause) >> thank you, jonathan. that was beautiful. i think this is a nice segue into the san francisco gay men's chorus who have been standing here patiently. i would like to introduce them and thank them so much for being here. they're going to sing "love can build a bridge for us." [cheering and applauding] >> [inaudible]. ♪ i gladly walk across the desert with no shoes upon my feet to share with you the last bite of bread i had to eat and all -- and i would swim out to save you in your sea of broken dreams when with all your hopes are sinking let me show you what love means ♪ let us build a bridge [speaker not understood] ♪ let us build a bridge don't you think it's time don't you think it's time let us stand together [speaker not understood] we can do anything anything anything keep believing in our hearts [speaker not understood] love can build a bridge ♪ [speaker not understood] ♪ [speaker not understood] don't you think it's time, don't you think it's time love can build a bridge [speaker not understood] ♪ ♪ yes, it's time ♪ [cheering and
of fame. larry allen, chris carter, nate robinson joining jonathan ogden. this will happen this summer. ogden, all the superlatives. he played 12 seasons with the ravens, all 12 with them. he is pretty fired up to get to the hall. >> how fun is that going to feel when you see that you guys in the same draft class, you're going in the hall of fame. he is retiring but he is still playing. >> i will be like, man, how did you last 17 years? you are waiting and waiting. just tell me. let me know. it was well worth it, though. i was dressing out a little bit. that was the most stressful i have been in a long time. it is like having a baby. you're sitting there, you cannot do anything about it, but it is an important moment and hope things work out for the best. >> what size jacket do you wear? we will have to put this on the special order. >> big. >> coming your way in august. jonathan, congratulations. the pro football hall of fame. what a wonderful smile we saw. news not quite as good for the ravens. art modell did not earn inductions today. did not make it to the cut of the final 10. this
pasado lunes, el joven acusado, jonathan aguiluz comparecio ante la corte en rockville... el adolescente de 14-aÑos confeso haber golpeado a la be porque no paraba de llorar... luego leeg tapo la nariz y la boca con sus manos hasta que larissa dejo de llorar... la tragedia ocurrio el jueves pasado en su propio apartament o en white oak... segun la policia, jonathan cuidaba de larissa y hasta el momento se desconoce si el hermano de larissa jonathan sera juzgado como adulto... el se encuentra en un centro de detencion juvenil... ... el distrito esta a punto de elegir el color que deberan llevar los 7- mil taxis de la ciudad... en nueva york son amarillos, en londres negros, y si la comision de taxis de la ciudad lo determina en el distrito seran de color rojo. .. silvana quiroz, nos amplia la informacion... decenas de madres llegaron a washington el dia de amor y la amistad es una fecha muy esperada por las parejas... pero los negocios tambien esperan con ancias a que llegue este dia .. lilian mass salio a las calles y comprobo el flujo de compradores decenas de madres llegaron a dece
, at the pump right now. >> eric: wayne rogers, jonathan honig and sandra smith and also joining us is julie. welcome everybody. so as the national debt continues to soar, unions say they don't want to tolerate spending cuts. >> we won't allow cuts to social security or medicare or medicaid. we are going forward. this is like this. we build it and we're going to take it back! >> no more cuts! >> eric: jonathan is big laborer a reason we won't do it? >> the public education and steel industry and bankrupting unions, as well. only 6% in the private work force. i have to tell you the nerve of richard and the union, the unions is to demand jobs. where do they et off with that. we have more government workers now than we a citizens in 1776 and so many have so much to do. they should be cut. unions need to take a back seat and put this country for once. >> eric: sequestration threatening spending, let's not gog go to sequestration. >> guess what. this is our country. god bless us. they are asking for more money. the debt clock over $16 trillion. this country is in trouble. the money is gone. they
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and regulatory policy with americans for tax reform. jonathan hoenig is chief portfolio manager for capitalist pig.com and a fox news contributor. to all of you before i get into what we all know is painful news coming our way jonathan i want to start with you with something positive. how can you make money on the cuts as some people say take the economy? where could you profit? >> i think i could profit what would consider unlikely place, adam the u.s. dollar. the fact of the matter there has been this scare scenario put out there what amounts to a tiny cut in the rate of growth of government spending will crash the economy. in fact i think it will have the opposite impact. i think investors interested in playing this trend can look at a fund like uu the p this fund actually goes up as the value of the dollar goes up. you know what? as weak as our own economy looks at least we're taking some steps to stem the spending. that help the buck and i that is where i put the money now. adam: jonathan i wanted to start with a positive note because the next eight days will be negative. mattie these cut
verte. ¿cómo estás? [sonido agua] (jonathan) es un placer volver al masai mara, en kenia. este año voy a contar, de nuevo, la historia de los guepardos. y supe que vieron a una hembra adulta que puede ser la madre de toto en la otra orilla del río. así que iremos en esta pequeña canoa, a ver si averiguamos si en verdad es ella. [música africana] nuestro equipo de diario de grandes felinos está impaciente por saber qué les ha ocurrido a nuestros felinos y qué nuevas aventuras vivirán en el próximo episodio. [música africana] bienvenidos al mejor safari que se puede disfrutar desde el sofá. [música africana] este es el río talek, la zona donde vive la bella hembra de leopardo llamada bella. en los últimos cuatro años, he llegado a conocer su territorio muy a fondo. pero es la reina del sigilo. voy a necesitar mucha habilidad y paciencia para hallarla. [música africana] (jonathan) mientras saba busca a los leopardos con su equipo, mi viejo amigo, simon king, le sigue el rastro al más grande de los grandes felinos, el león. [música africana] es un placer estar de vuelta.
. jonathan, when and how should a parent first intervene? we have heard from justin and his experience. but overall, what-we know the signs. we already talked about them. how should they intervene with a potentially problem situation? you know, tami used an important word, which was to have the conversation. i think that is crucial to begin to talk about what they see, what their concerns are and what is going on. it can be very challenging because, you know, as i think bridget and justin mentioned, adolescence is a time of experimentation. it's a time of risk taking. so, you know, one doesn't want to smother your kid or be what is referred to nowadays as a "helicopter parent," which my daughter accused me-but at the same time, one needs to have that conversation and begin to address the issues and point out what your concerns are and maybe set some parameters for what you are looking at and follow up. and see if things are not getting better, if you are seeing the same things that concern you, it's important to seek help, seek some kind of assessment. you know, what i am really troubl
. a political's jonathan allen and brian coester, right after the number of the week, coming up >> well, if youou of a a tiger woodss r underdogs maybe the number of the week is n not foror y you but ifif you are from fairirfax county it is. 8400 is the number of jobs regional powerhouse fairfax county says it attractive in 2012. the fairfax county econonomic devevelopmt authority says it works with 186 businesseso add those bs. jerry gdon, president and ceo of the aututhority says the gains are a testament of fairfax county's economy and thehe result of the strategy of diviversifying its economic base. borden says the new jobs come from companies in many differerent fields and all sizes and backgrounds. stay with us. we will be talking sequestration and other topics when our roundtable joins u us after thee eak. i got it when we could download an hd movie in like two minutes. [ male announcer ] once you've got verizon fios -- america's faest, most reliable internet -- you get it. but don't take our word for it, ask a real fios customer. ask me why fiber tics matters
besides the superbowl. >> former offensive tackle jock ab-- jonathan ogden is making it to the hall of fame. another famous rain didn't makethe cut. >> and millions spent on the ads during the superbowl. which ones lived up to the hype and which ones let you down and which ones made you feel sick. that go daddy ad bothered me. >> that's gross. >> it's really gross. why let constipation slow you down? try miralax. mirlax works differently than other laxatives. it draws water into your colon to unblock your system naturally. don't wait to feel great. miralax. >>> jonathan ogden. >> how great was that. even before the game stared ravens fans had a reason to be excited. jonathan ogden will be inducted into the football hall of fame. ogden is the first draft pick in the ravens history and was elected into the pro foot hall hall of fame. 22 picks later the ravens picked up ray lewis. this was og condition's first year of eligibility and art modell was a finalist but he fell shore of election. modell has been a controversial candidate in part because of he moved the browns to baltimore. so
. jonathan could be voted into the hall of fame. kristen berset is outside the superdome with the latest. hey kristen, any word yet? >> reporter: hey bruce, we just got word about the latest hall of fame class, and jonathan ogden was selected to be a part of this class. that's the first baltimore ravens draft pick is their first-ever hall of famer. art was denied for a second time. we will discuss more of those in the hall of fame tonight on game on that starts at 8:00. but you also mentioned rg3. he is here in new orleans. you haven't heard too much about his knee. we did hear when doctors cleared him to travel to new orleans to be a part of the nfl honors reward show. he is up for rookie of the year. he was busy talking on the red corporate. we did see him without crutches. that's a good sign. i caught up th his buddy this week. he recently went to go see griffin. i wanted to know how the qb was doing. >> you know, come into a program that has been -- help be able to turn that around. everyone going in the same direction. that's how we get that push to get into the post season. >> now th
anne arundel county executive jonathan leopold is the latest maryland lawmaker to be convicted of misconduct in office and still be allowed to collect a pension. richard reeve to explain why this is happening. >> we often hear about the scandals but not about the pensions that convicted politicians collect. jonathan leopold is not alone. one state delegate refuses to close that a legal loophole. anne arundel county executive jonathan leopold convicted last weekend of misconduct will still get a pension check from taxpayers. $30,000 per year for the rest of his life. jack johnson former prince george's county executive, will continue to get his pension. $50,000 per year, even though he is in federal prison for extortion and bribery. remember the wiretap that caught him telling him to tell this life to hide cash in her underwear? and former baltimore mayor sheila dixon who stole give cards its $83,000 per year. >> it does piss me off. >> republican delegate -- decided to pass a law stripping at elected officials of their pension at committed of -- convict it of committing a felo
. the big problem and jonathan is right. fed keys printing money. we're seeing a little bit of inflation. wait until you see what is coming down in the road. i'm worried about hyperinflation. when you are printing trillions of dollars. >>> what do you say, marjorie? >> i go around the country and talk to moms and wal-mart moms they express concerns about making their dollar stretch. that is true when prices are going up. i think it's been stable for quite a few years. they are thinking about how much gas is going to cost and going to cheaper grocery store or what they can do without that week. so that is real concern that a lot of americans feel and wanted to make sure that in washington we're hearing those concerns and speaking the language that we understand those concerns. >> is this going to be a major drag on the economy. i'm back to you now? >> if government allows it to be. energy is an obvious example. prices for energy have gone up. the massive inflation spike we saw in the late '70s and early '80s, that was born in the policies of carter, ford, nixon, administrations prior. we
that as a method of saving money. >> eric: that is exactly why jonathan says return this plan to sender and privatize instead. >> the constitution says that congress can establish a postal service it doesn't have to say it owns and running it. they are losing billions of dollars year after year. that is because it is run for political purposes and not economic purposes. if you privatize the post office you would see hundred billion dollars come in to the government. you would see better outcome not much different than when airfares were deregulated. in france and germany and denmark they do it that way worldwide. >> eric: does anything work better when the government gets their hand on it? >> not that i of. to jonathan's point, we have privatized certain things the there was no fed ex and no private mail services. in fact, it shows that the private sector can do it better. when it delivers on time, it works all those private companies work very well. we ought to privatize the post office as soon as possible and get rid of all of this. >> eric: you see keep the postal service even to a $
xvi today. our team fox coverage continues. "the fox report's" correspondent jonathan hunt with us here tonight from our newsroom. this caught everybody by surprise, didn't it? >> it certainly did, bill. that was the first sentiments expressed by pretty much everybody within the catholic church within the world of catholicism the fact that the pope would resign. second sentiment we heard expressed a great deal today by cardinal dollan in new york city was a sense of sympathy for what the pope has been going through and admiration for the decision he made. listen. >> >> my affection for and my admiration for pope benedict the xvith has skyrocketed. it was already high. but i love him so much as a brother bishop. bishop of rome who appointed me tore archdiocese of new york, to y'all, to the holy father who made me a cardinal. i just always admired him as a scholar, as a priest, as a holy man. and now my admiration for him is even higher. because of his humility. >> those sentiments echoed by many within the catholic church. some others in particular from the likes of latin america an
the defense fund website. let's bring in the managing editor of the brio.com and jonathan capehart and kevin cunningham starting the petition to bring national attention to the trayvon martin case. thank you all for joining us. jonathan, as i mentioned, we know that george zimmerman and attorneys have a website where they have accepted donations and taken to the internet to respond to editorials and comments out there specifically yours, jonathan. they quite a couple of editorials you wrote in the month of february and in response to one of them, they say, regarding you, he must also overlook the significant forensic evidence that supports george's claim of self defense and the fbi documents related to the civil rights investigation showed no evidence george acted in a racially motivated way. mark o'mara is still fighting the public perception that this is about race as much as it is about the stand your ground law and he cites your editorial specifically, jonathan. >> well, look. i mean, if anyone has read all of the things i have written, i have not talked about directly the racial aspects
on the autism. what's going on there tonight, jonathan? >> well, shep, as we speak, fbi special agent bomb technicians are sweeping the area surrounding the bunker, they are looking for any improvised explosive devices that the suspect may have left there. they want to make sure the area is safe before they allow forensic teams to go in. once they do finish their work, they will allow state, local and federal police to go in and continue the investigation piecing together exactly what happened through the this tense hostage standoff, shep? >> not a perfect ending, jonathan but pretty close. >> pretty darn close. you know, the community such bittersweet emotions, immediately this it afternoon everyone was overjoyed to hear that the a-year-old was safe but then people began to remember that bus driver charles poland who lost his life. witnesses say that he stood up, trying to prevent the gunman from taking hostage as the gunman was actually pointing to individual students saying i want that student. i want that student. we spoke with one girl who was on the bus when all of this went down. sh
propio apartament o en white oak... segun la policia, jonathan cuidaba de larissa y hasta el momento se desconoce si el hermano de larissa jonathan sera juzgado como adulto... el se encuentra en un centro de detencion juvenil... ... el distrito esta a punto de elegir el color que deberan llevar los 7- mil taxis de la ciudad... en nueva york son amarillos, en londres negros, y si la comision de taxis de la ciudad lo determina en el distrito seran de color rojo. .. silvana quiroz, nos amplia la informacion... decenas de madres llegaron a washington el dia de amor y la amistad es una fecha muy esperada por las parejas... pero los negocios tambien esperan con ancias a que llegue este dia .. lilian mass salio a las calles y comprobo el flujo de compradores decenas de madres llegaron a decenas de madres llegaron a washington mas adelante:. el papa bendicto xvi pedira en su ultimo mensaje a los lideres de la iglesia catolica mundial que dejen de lado sus rivalidades... tambien... tendremos al abogado jose pertierra para que conteste a sus preguntas sobre casos migratorios... y no se pierda l
. >> reporter: the irs granted jonathan again an extension to file his 2011 taxes. he needed the time to grieve the loss of his daughter, alexis. she was full of life, even as a brain tumor took a toll on her little body. >> she was an amazing little girl. never complained once. >> reporter: alexis died just a few weeks shy of her fifth birthday. when jonathan mustered the energy to finally file the family's taxes he got another blow. >> somebody had stolen alexis' social security number and used it to file a tax return. >> i said they must have made a mistake or something. >> reporter: nadine social security was used for a different kind of identity theft. she filed her taxes in january of last year and got a refund of over $6,000. in december she got a bill from the tax service telling her she needed to pay back a loan she supposedly secured. last year someone came to this h&r block location and used her social security number to take out thousand dollar loan in her name. then that person came to this 7- 11 a block away and used the atm to withdraw the money from the prepaid debit card h&r bl
republicans are destroying them. all that plus e.j. dionne, karen finney and jonathan alter on why conservatives are actually trying to blame the super bowl blackout on the president. good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching there is a major development on gun legislation today, but there is a good chance you haven't heard about it. president obama continued the push for common sense gun reform today in minneapolis. he was surrounded by law enforcement officers with the city and the state. the president asked americans to stand with the men and women in the line of fire. >> weapons of war have no place on our streets or in our schools or threatening our law enforcement officers. our law enforcement officers should never be outgunned on the streets. >> the president has outlined a full list of proposals to curb gun violence in america. very quietly, many of those proposals are picking up steam on capitol hill. senate majority leader harry reid said he expects a bill will soon move to the senate floor. the package will include a universal background check, a capac
and msnbc contributor jonathan kapart of the washington post. pope benedict xvi is doing what no pope has done in 719 years. he has decided to ab -- he was elevated to the papacy after the death of pope john paul ii. news of this is reverb rating around the country and around the world. nearly one quarter of the united states, 74 million americans, are catholic, and worldwide there are 1.1 billion members of the church. >> encompassing a range of issues from contraception to policy. the timing of the announcement comes as a surprise. just two days before ash wednesday, which marks the start of the lentin season, the holyist period on the catholic calendar. joining us from washington, the host of msnbc's "hardball" chris matthews, and contributor and washington post columnist e.j. deon. chris, my colleague, the light in the darkness on many things political. >> right. >> what do you make of this announcement coming as it does two days before ash wednesday? it seems like a major surprise. to what degree do you think the catholic church will seize on this as a moment to pivot? >> you may thi
is a university professor and jonathan alter is a columnist. both are msnbc annualists. jonathan, a new report says that these cuts could cost the country 700,000 jobs through the next year. do republicans understand that they are to blame for this if it occurs? because i'm not sure they do. >> well, they're trying to put the onus on the president. they're saying it's obama's sequest sequester, obama's budget. this whole thing was designed was because they were putting a gun to the head of the american people in the summer of 2011 and basically holding the full faith and credit of the united states hostage to their narrow agenda. so they're the one that created the straitjacket that we're in right now and they're trying to blame obama. we'll see if they can get away with it. right now their popularity is a lot lower than his. so he has the upper hand. but when he said it's not an abstraction, he's actually not right, it is an abstraction. and so the real question will be -- >> what do you mean? >> the notion of the cuts for most people don't hit home. so the question is -- >> hang on a second,
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